Curly hair is all about the products and the way you treat it. You want to make sure that you do not shampoo your curly locks too much. This can dry them out and promote frizz. Every two to three days at the most. However you do want to wet your curls daily and soak them with a great conditioner. I recommend REDKEN REAL CONTROL. This comes in a daily conditioner and also a weekly deep treatment. It is a great product for helping you get "real control" of your curly, coarse, or dry hair. After you condition you want to apply a frizz fighting serum to leave in. My favorite for years has been REDKEN GLASS. The bottle says to apply 2-3 drops but I have found that some coarse or curly hair can take up to a quarter size amount. Every head of hair is different so start with less, you can always add more if needed. To top it off, you want to use a product that will help hold your curls together so they do not break apart and frizz. For this i like REDKEN RINGLET. It will give your curls a light hold without being crunchy like a gel. Further more, some curly hair gals can use a blow dryer and a diffuser. If this is the case you will not want to dry the hair 100%. You should stop at the point that you see your hair starting to frizz and finish off with a light spritz or humidity blocking spray like JOICO HUMIDITY BLOCKER. Always keep in mind that if you diffuse or air dry your curly hair you should try not to move your curls around too much. This will make them brake apart and frizz. You can lightly scrunch your curls as they continue to dry. I am sure that you already know how trying curly hair can be, so good luck and contact me or your stylist for a blow dry or styling lesson if needed!